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Kamala Fire: Mumbai Police arrest pub owners

12 January 2018

Karia allegedly gave shelter to the owners of 1 Above after a case was registered against them.

The two owners were picked from a hotel in Bandra, Mumbai.

The uncle-cousin (Rakesh Sanghavi and Aditya Sanghavi) were produced before the Bhoiwada Court and released on a bail of Rs 25,000.

Elaborating, he said a Special Investigation Team must be set up headed by a responsible top-ranking police officer and probe the corrupt BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials, identify and take stringent action against them.

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Police recovered a high-end vehicle belonging to Mankar from Kariya's place.

During the interrogation, the hotelier revealed that he sheltered the trio at his residence.

The three owners, Kripesh and Jigar Sanghvi along with Abhijit Mankar went underground on 29 December when charged with culpable homicide not amounting to murder by the police according to a report by the Times of India.

On December 29, a major fire that broke out in a building in Kamala Mill of Mumbai's Lower Parel claimed 14 lives and injured more than 20.

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Earlier, the owners of "1 Above" had written to the President, Prime Minister, Chief Minister, Mumbai Police Commissioner and the chief of the city's civic body, demanding that the matter be investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). On December 31, 1Above managers, Kevin Bawa and Lisbon Lopes, were arrested and sent to judicial custody till January 22.

The report said flying embers from the charcoal used for hookahs touched the curtains at the upscale pub.

Around 14 people, including the woman celebrating her birthday died in the incident.

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Kamala Fire: Mumbai Police arrest pub owners